I'm stealing this idea from Lisa, who writes a Weekly Preview on her blog. I think I just need to gain some perspective on my week. I've learned first and foremost that if *I'm* not "with it" for the week, then my family isn't either. It just leads to lots of frustrations. So here goes...
I'm going to *try* to get up at 7:30am and exercise each day next week. I'm also going to *try* to wake up my family by 8:30am and get them started on breakfast. And then I'm going to *try* to get us going on school around 9:30 or 10am. I find that our day runs so much smoother if I do this, but boy...I have far more days of getting up at 9am, getting started after 11am, and feeling like our day is totally shot.
I've also been *trying* to work on my novel from NanoWriMo. I've learned that writing with morning sickness does not produce good writing. Now that I'm past the morning sickness part of pregnancy, my writing is so much better! I'm also *trying* to read Jane Eyre for book club, but am only on Chapter 16. It could easily become one of my favorite books of all time - if I weren't so dog-tired and falling asleep by 9pm every night! I have so much I want to do, but between school, pregnancy, and the bare-minimum of housework, I am sooo tired.
Monday - school. Run errands. Library (ies)?
Tues - school. Wed - school, AWANA. Thurs - school
Fri - school. Possibility of a sleepover.
Sat - Book Club. Probably won't have Jane Eyre read by then.
Somewhere in there, I need to clean the house a few times (because it always falls apart the next day), make a pathetic attempt at catching up on laundry but fail miserably, read Jane Eyre, write my novel, and practice my piano lessons.